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BEPORT OF 








^R^^IC E>. PAIGE, 




TREASURER OF 








Massachusetts Agricultural College, 




For the year ending December 


31, 1890. 

Received. 


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Cash on hand, .-._:■ 


6,468 79 






Term Bill, - acct. 


5,753 76 


2,203 19 




Botanical, - acct. 


4,133 94 


4,583 94 




Farm, ----- acct. 


3,888,28 


8,186 28 




Expense, ----- acct. 


178 14 


7,423 32 




Laboratory, - acct. 


732 21 


738 56 




Salary, ----- acct. 




15,891 60 




Labor Fund, - - . - acct. 


5,000 00 


4,704 92 




Library Fund, - acct. 


424 81 


424 81 




Endowment Fund, - - - acct. 


9,921 64 






State Scholarship Fund, - - acct. 


15,000 00 






Hills Fund, ... - acct. 


666 36 


672 80 




Grinnell Prize Fund, ... acct. 


45 00 


15 00 




Whiting Street Fund, - - acct. 


51 15 


80 00 




Mary Robinson Fund, - acct. 


67 64 


50 00 




Advertising, - - - . - acct. 




•595 96 




Botanic Special App., ... acct. 




1,000 00 




Gassett Scholarship Fund, - - acct. 


42 94 


140 00 




Extra Instruction, ... acct. 




1,861 49 




Reading Room, ... acct. 




114 45 




Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1890, - 




3,688 34 • 




52,374 66 


52,374 66 


CASH BALANCE 








AS SHOWN BY THE TREASURER'S STATEMENT, BELONGS 


TO THE 




FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS 








Grinnell Prize Fund, - 


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30 00 




Mary Robinson Fund, - 


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182 74 




Whiting Street Fund, - 


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112 61 




Gassett Fund, 




8 82 




Hills Fund, ------ 




78 69 




Insurance, 




11 19 




Labor Fund, ------ 




2,779 03 




General Fund of College, - 




485 26 




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CASH AND BILLS EECEIVABLE DEC. 31, 1890. 

Farm, 

Term Bills, 

Laboratory, ------- 

Botanical, -------. 

Cash on hand of General Fund, - 



BILLS PAYABLE DEC. 31, 1890. 
Term Bill Account, ------ 

Botanical Account, ...... 

Expense, ....... 

Farm Account, ....... 

Labor Fund, ------- 

Laboratory Bills, ------ 



2,874 


38 


1,097 


72 


196 


03 


221 


98 


485 


26 


$4,875 


37 


27 


90 


327 


53 


281 


50 


3,237 


25 


108 


00 


33 


86 


$4,016 04 



VALUE OF REAL ESTATE. 

LAND. 

College Farm, - - - Cost, $37,000 00 

Pelkam Quarry, - - - " 500 00 



$37,500 00 



Laboratory, ... 

Botanic Museum, - 

" Barn, 
Durfee Plant House and Fixtures, 
Small Plant House and Fixtures, 
North College, ... 
Boarding House, - 

South Dormitory, ... 
Graves House and Barn, 
Farm House, ... 

Farm Barns and Sheds, 
Stone Chapel, ... 

Drill Hall, - 

President's House, - - - 
Four Dwelling Houses and Shed, 
purchased with Farm, 



BUILDINGS. 

Cost, $10,360 00 
5,180 00 



1,500 00 

12,000 00 

800 00 

36,000 00 

8,000 00 
37,000 00 

8,000 00 

4,000 00 
14,500 00 
31,000 00 

6,500 00 
11,500 00 

10,000 00 



196,340 00 



$233,840 00 







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INVENTORY OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. 
Farm, -------- 

Laboratory, - 

Boarding House, 

Botanical Department, - 

Natural History Collection, ... - 

Library, -------- 

Fire Apparatus, ...... 

Physics, - - - - - ' - 



SUMMARY STATEMENT. 
Total Value Real Estate, per inventory, 

" " Personal Property, per inventory, 

" Cash on hand and bills receivable per inventory, 4,875 37 

Total, 

labilities. 
Bills payable as per inventory, 








FUNDS FOR MAINTENANCE OF COLLEGE 

Technical Educational Fund, United States Grant, 
Amount of $219,000 00 

Technical Educational Fund, State Grant, 141,575 35 

By law 2-3 of the income is paid to the Treasurer of 
the College. 1-3 to Institute of Technology. 
Amount received 1890, 

State Scholarship Fund, $10,000 00. This sum was 
appropriated by the Legislature, 1886, and is paid 
in quarterly payments to the College Treasurer. 

Hills Fund of $10,000 00 in hands of College Treas- 
urer. This was given by L. M. and H. F. Hills of 
Amherst. By conditions of the gift the income is 
to be used for maintenance of a Botanic Garden. 
Income 1890, 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1890, $78 69. 

Annual State Appropriation of $10,000 00. This 
sum was appropriated by Legislature of 1889, for 
four years, for the endowment of additional chairs 



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and general expense. $5000 of the sum was ap- 
propriated as Labor Fund, to provide for the paying 
of labor performed by needy and worthy students. 

Grinnell Prize Fund of $1,000 00, in hands of College 
Treasurer. Gift of Ex-Gov. William Claflin ; was 
called Grinnell Fund in honor of his friend. The 
income is appropriated for two prizes to be given 
for the best examination in Agriculture by gradu- 
ating class. Income 1890, 

Unexpended balance, $30 00. 

Mary Robinson Fund of $1,000 00, in hands of Col- 
lege Treasurer, given without conditions. The 
income has been appropriated to scholarships, to 
worthy and needy students. Income 1890, 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1890, $182 74. 

Whiting Street Fund of $1,000 00, a bequest without 
conditions. To this sum is added $260 00 by vote 
of the Trustees in January, 1887, it being the in- 
terest accrued on the bequest. Amount of Fund 
December 31, 1888, $1,260. Unexpended bal- 
ance of income, $112 61. Income 1S90, 

Library Fund, for use of library, $7,715 50. Depos- 
ited in Amherst Savings Bank. 

Gassett Scholarship Fund ; the sum of $1,000 00 was 
given by the Hon. Henry Gassett as a scholarship 
fund. Unexpended balance December 31, 1890, 
$8 82. Income 1890, 



10,000 00 



45 00 



67 64 



51 15 



42 94 



Total, $30,794 73 

To this sum should be added amount of tuition, room rent, 

receipts from sales of Farm and Botanic Gardens ; amount of same 

can be learned from statement of Treasurer, Tuition and room rent 

under head of Term Bill. 



This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts of 
F. E. Paige, Treasurer of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, 
from Jan. 1st. 1890, to Jan. 1, 1891, and find the same correct, 
properly kept, and vouched for. The balance in the Treasury 
being three thousand, six hundred, eighty-eight and y 3 ^ dollars, 
($3,688 34), is shown to be in bank. 

C. A. Gi.eason, Auditor. 
January 6, 1S9J . 



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An Act to fix the time for making the annual report of the Massa- 
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Be it enacted, etc., as follows : 

The next annual report of the Massachusetts agricultural college to the 
general court shall be made On the first Wednesday of January in the year 
eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and shall include the transactions within 
the period commencing on the first day of October in the year eighteen 
hundred and ninety-three and ending on the thirty-first day of December 
in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four ; and thereafter the annual 
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An Act to consolidate the Massachusetts agricultural experiment 
station with the experiment department of the massachusetts agri- 
cultural college. 

Be it enacted, etc., as folloivs : 

Section 1. The Massachusetts agricultural experiment station^ located 
at the Massachusetts agricultural college in Amherst, may be transferred 
to aud consolidated with the experiment department of the said college 
now known as the Hatch experiment station, iu the manner hereinafter ^ 
provided. _^~ 

Section 2. The board of control of the said Massachusetts agricultural - / 
experiment station, at any meeting duly called for such purpose, may, by / / 
a vote of two thirds of the members present, authorize the transfer of all <^^ 
the rights, leases, contracts and property, of every kind and nature, of said 
station and board, to the trustees of the Massachusetts agricultural college ; 
and the said trustees may, at any meeting duly called for such purpose, 
accept the same for said college in behalf of the Commonwealth, where- 
upon such transfer shall be made by suitable conveyance ; and when such ^? 

transfer shall be made the said board of control shall cease to exist and the / / // ^^s/ / 

said Massachusetts agricultural experiment station shall be deemed to be a OL^i^C/ ^^^ z -^~^L^--z^^-i ? 

part of, and to belong to, the experiment department of said college, under X . J> 

such name as said trustees may designate. 

Section 3. The trustees of said college shall thereafter continue to 
carry ou the experimental and other work for which the Massachusetts P 
station was established, and to administer and apply all the property and 
funds that may be received by them hereunder, and by virtue hereof, for f 
such purposes. They shall also from time to time print and publish 
bulletins containing the results of any experimental work and investiga- -, 
tions, and distribute the same to such residents and newspapers of the Com- ■ 
mouwealth as may apply therefor. 

Section 4. Nothing herein contained shall operate to affect or discon- 
tinue the annual appropriations and payments thereof made and to be made 
by the Commonwealth for the proper maintenance of experimental work, 
under section six of chapter two hundred and twelve of the acts of the year 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two and section one of chapter three hundred 
and twenty-seven of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ei 
and the payment of said appropriations shall hereafter be mad 

treasurer of the Massachusetts agricultural college. The trustees of said . * (/ 

college shall make or cause to be made annually to the general court a ^p(y /^Z^tsO^ £^7jt — Cx 
detailed report of the expenditure of all such moneys, and such further 
report of the annual work of the experiment department of the college 
station as the trustees of the college shall deem advisable. 

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Massachusetts Agricultural Gollege, 

From Oct. 1, 1893, to Jan. 1. 1895. 





Received. 


Paid. 


Cash on hand, Oct. 1, 1893 


HI 47 




Term Bill, ----- 


0,339 17 


. 3,599 38 


Botanical Department, - 


7,002 90 


11.341 00 


Farm, - 


- 10,S58 25 


15,597 86 


Expense, - 


1,543,60 


12,386 25 


Salary, ----- 


595 83 


19,088 92 


Endowment Fund, - 


14,467 18 




State Scholarship Fund, - 


- 18,750 00 




Chemical Laboratory, - 


998 04 


637 51 


Botanical Laboratory, - 


11 00 


75 


Zoological Laboratory, -. - - 


20 00 


39 46 


Labor Fund, - 


6,269 63 


.-..314 40 


Gassett Scholarship Fund, - 


42 94 




Whiting Street Fund, - 


51 15 


35 00 


Grinnell Prize Fund,- 


62 50 


45 00 


Mary Robinson Fund, 


35 84 


160 00 


Burnham Emergency Fund, 


200 00 


70 00 


Hills Fund, - 


356 16 


528 19 


Extra Instruction, - 




746 41 


Advertising, - 


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113 30 


Real Estate, ----- 




69 25 


Library Fund, - 


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551 46 


Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Stock, - 


3 75 


50 50 


Special Appropriation, underdraining. 


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251 08 


Insurance, - 


307 50 


1,106 62 


Insurance, barn, - 


- 4,000 00 


640 99 


Insurance, vehicles, tools, etc., 


1,750 00 


1,069 79 


Insurance, hay, grain, etc., 


899 00 


S99 00 


Insurance, live stock, 


20 00 


20 00 


Electric plant, - 


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[Chap. 57.] 
An Act relative to the consolidation of the Massachusetts agri- 
cultural EXPERIMENT STATION WITH THE EXPERIMENT DEPARTMENT OF 
THE MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows : 

Section 1 . Section two of chapter one hundred and forty-three of the acts 
of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four is hereby amended by striking 

out in the first line, the words "board of control of the" ; by striking out 
in the sixth line, the words " and board " ; by striking out iu the same line., 
the words "the trustees of" ; by striking out in the seventh Hue, the word 
" said " ; by inserting in the same line, after the word " trustees ", the words : 
— of said college, — and by striking out in the eleventh and twelfth lines, 
the words "the said board of control shall cease to exist and", so as to 
read as follows : — Section 2. The said Massachusetts agricultural experi- 
ment station, at any meeting duly called for such purpose, may, by a vote 
of two thirds of the members present, authorize the transfer of all the 
rights, leases, contracts and property, of every kind and nature, of said 
station to the Massachusetts agricultural college ; and the trustees of said 
college may, at any meeting duly called for such purpose, accept the same 
for said college in behalf of the Commonwealth, whereupon such transfer 
shall be made by suitable conveyance ; and when such transfer shall be 
made the said Massachusetts agricultural experiment station shall be deemed 
to be a part of, and to belong to, the experiment department of said col- 
lege, under such name as said trustees may designate. 

Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. [Approved 
February 15, 1895. 





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f^fBEPORT OF 


GEORGE :F\ 


jVXIIvIv®, 


TREASURER OF 




Massachusetts flgrieu 


ltaral College, 


From Jan. 1. 1895 to Ja 


i. 1. 1896. yyzl^ sUL*Jl^<^ 


£= )&fvc£~ -r^v* a^ ^e£try^:- 




Received. Paid. 


Cash ou hand, Jan. 1, 1895, 


853 13 


Morrill Fund, .... 


1,000 00 


Term Bill, ..... 


4,569 21 956 32 


Horticultural Department, 


5,454 78 7,491 68 


Farm, ..... 


8,324 77 12,293 39 


Expense, .... 


1,223 63 8,365 17 


Salary, ..... 


701 05 13,772 27 


Endowment Fund, 


11,082 16 


State Scholarship Fund, 


15,000 00 


Chemical Laboratory, 


1,098 26 776 49 


Botanical Laboratory, 


93 50 98 95 


Entomological Laboratory, 


48 00 68 06 


Zoological Laboratory, 


96 00 75 57 , 


Labor Fund, .... 


5,379 71 5,117 72 


Gassett Scholarship Fund, 


85 88 147 50 


Whiting Street Fund, 


62 30 60 85 


Grinnell Prize Fund, 


42 50 00 00 


Mary Robinson Fund, 


35 84 60 00 


Bnrnham Emergency Fund, 


200 00 80 00 


Hills Fund, .... 


356 16 459 93 


Extra Instruction, .... 


612 50 


Advertising, . . . ■ 


635 30 


Library Fund, . . 


565 02 565 02 


Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Stock, 


4 25 


Insurance, ..... 


89 35 649 12 


Insurance, barn, .... 


48 70 898 55 


Insurance, vehicles, tools, etc., 


37 25 616 26 


Electric Plant, .... 


441 24 2,976 22 


Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1896, 


55 82 




$56,892 69 .-$56,892 69 


This is to certify that I have this day exami 


led the accounts of George F. 


Mills, Treasurer pro tem. of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, from 


Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, and find the same 


correct, properly kept, and all 


disbursements vouched for, the balance in the Treasury being fifty-five and 


82-100 dollars, (.$55.82), which sum is show 


n to be in the hands of the 


Treasurer. 




CHARLES A. GLEASON, Auditor. 


Amherst, Dec. 27,1895. 





CASH BALANCE, 

AS SHOWN BY THE TREASURER'S STATEMENT, BELONGS 

ACCOUNT : 

Burnham Emergency Fund, ..... 

BILLS RECEIVABLE, JANUARY 1, 1896. 
Term bill, 

Horticultural Department, 
Farm, 
Expense, 
Electric Plant, 
Chemical Laboratory, 
Botanical Laboratory, 
Zoological Laboratory, 
Kntomolosical Laboratory, 



TO THE FOLLOWING 



$55.82 



1,080 


74 


228 


55 


578 


65 


149 


26 


184 


51 


341 82 


10 


00 


56 00 


8 


00 


$ 2,637 53 



BILLS PAYABLE, JANUARY 1, 1896. 

Horticultural Department, . 

Farm, ....... 

Electric Plant, ...... 

Expense, ....... 

Chemical Laboratory, . 

Labor Fund, .... 

Insurance, barn, .... 

Insurance, vehicles, tools, etc., . 

Gassett Scholarship Fund, 

Whiting Street Fund, 

Grinned Prize Fund, 

Mary Robinson Fund, 

Burnham Emergency Fund, 

Hills Fund, .... 

Morrill Fund, .... 



INVENTORY. 

RKAL KSTATK. 

Land,. 
College Farm, .... 

Pelliam Quarry, .... 

Bangs Place, (with house, shed and barn), 



cost, $37,000 00 

500 00 

2,525 00 



Buildings. 



Drill Hall, . 
Powder House, 
Gun Shed, . 
Stone Chapel, . 
South Dormitory, . 
North Dormitory, 
Chemical Laboratory, 
Entomological Laboratory 
Farm House, 
Horse Barn, 



cost, 



Farm Barn and Dairy School, 

Graves House and Barn, 

Boarding House, .... 

Botanic Museum, .... 

Botanic Barn, .... 

Botanic Barn addition, 

Tool House, .... 

Durfee Plant House and fixtures. 

Small Plant House, with vegetable cellar and 

cold grapery, .... 
President's House, .... 
Dwelling House, purchased with farm, 



PERSONAL PROPERTY. 
Electric Plant, .... 
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. Stock, . 
Botanical Department, 
Horticultural Department, 
Farm, ..... 

Chemical Laboratory, 
Botanical Laboratory, 
Natural History Collection, . 
Veterinary Department, 
Agricultural Department, 
Physics Department, 

Library, ..... 

Fire Apparatus, .... 
Furniture, ..... 

Books in Treasurer's Office, 



33,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
5,180 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 

12,000 00 

4,700 00 

11,500 00 

7,500 00 



359 26 


3,505 70 


275 53 


279 06 


74 93 


404 44 


2,509 16 


101 70 


26 02 


67 51 


20 00 


13 OS 


303 48 


43 73 


1,000 00 


$ 8,983 60 






$ 40,025 00 



.$6,500 00 

75 00 

1,600 00 

31,000 00 

37,000 00 

36,000 00 

10,360 00 

3,000 00 

4,000 00 

5,000 00 



^228,915 00 
••$268,940 00 

8,700 00 

100 00 

3,610 00 

7,006 11 

15,903 70 

2,149 00 

2,056 53 

4,758 79 

1,443 39 

2,675 00 

5,471 28 

17,080 00 

450 00 

ci+0 00 

297 82 

$72,341 62 



SUMMARY. 






ASSETS. 

Total value of veal estate, per inventory, 
Total value of personal property, per inventory, 
Bills receivable, per inventory, 


268,940 00 

72,341 02 

2,637 58 






#343,919 15 


LIABILITIES. 






Bills payable, per inventory, .... 


8,983 liO 






$334,935 55 


MAINTENANCE FUNDS. 







Technical Educational Fund, United States grant, $219,000 00 
Technical Educational Fund, State grant, 



141,575 35 



$360,575 35 
Two-thirds of the income from these funds is paid to the Treas- 
urer of the College, and one-third to the Institute of Technol- 
ogy. Amount received by the College Treasurer from Jan. 1, 
1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 



$11,082 16 



Hills Fund, the gift of Messrs. L. M. and H. F. Hills of Amherst, 
now amounts to 8,542.00. By conditions of the gift the 
income is to be used for the maintenance of a Botanic garden. 
Income from Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 356 16 

Annual State Appropriation, $10,000.00. This sum was appro- 
priated for four years by the Legislature of 1889, and con- 
tinued for another four years by the Legislature of 1892, for 
the endowment of additional chairs of instruction and for 
general expense. $5000 of this sum was set apart as a Labor 
Fund, to be used in payment of labor performed by needy and 
worthy students. Auiouut received from Annual State Appro- 
priation for college expense from Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 

Amount received as Labor Fund, 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 

State Scholarship Fund, $10,000.00. This sum was appropriated 
by the Legislature in 1886, and is paid to the College Treasurer 
in quarterly payments. Amount received from Jan. 1, 1895, to 
Jan. 1, 1896, 

Whiting Street Fund, $1,000.00. This fund is a bequest with- 
out conditions. To it was added by vote of the Trustees in 
January, 1887, the interest accrued on the bequest, $260.00. 
Amount of the fund, Jan. 1, 1896, $1,260.00. Income from 
Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 

Gassett Scholarship Fund, $1,000.00. This sum was given by 
Hon. Henry Gassett as a scholarship. Income from Jan. 1, 
1895 to Jan. 1, 1896, 

Mary Robinson Fund, $858.00. This fund was given without 
conditions. The income from it has been appropriated for 
scholarships to worthy and needy students. Income from 
Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 

PRIZE FUNDS. 

Grinned Prize Fund, $1,000.00. This fund is the gift of Ex- 
Gov. William Clafliu and is called Grinned Fund in honor of 
his friend. The income from it is appropriated for two 
prizes to be given to the two members of the graduating class 
who pass the best examination in Agriculture. Income from 
Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 42 50 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 

Library Fund for the benefit of the library. Amount of fund, 
Dec. 31, 1895, $9,420.47. 

Burnham Emergency Fund, $5,000.00 This fund is a bequest of 
Mr. T. O. H. P. Burnham, late of Boston, and was made with- 
out conditions. The Trustees have voted that this fund be kept 
intact, and that the income from it be used by the Trustees 
for such purpop es as they believe to be for the best interests 
of the College. Income from Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, 200 00 

Income from Jan. 1, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1896, $31,964 84 

To this sum must be added amount of tuition and room rent, and receipts 

from sales from Farm and from Botanic gardens. These amounts can be 

learned from Treasurer's statement, tuition, laboratory taxes, and room rent 

being included in Term bill account. 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 



10,000 00 



62 30 



85 88 



35 84 



Funds of the Mass. Agricultural College, with 

place of investment and income 

for the year 1895. 



INVESTMENT. 



Fund. 

Endowment. 

Hills. 

Whiting Street. 

Gassett Scholarship. 

Mary Robinson. 

Grinnell Prize. 
Burnham Emergency. 



U. S.Grant, $219,000.00, 
State Grant, 141,575.35, 
Agawam National Bank, $8,180.00, 
B. & A. R. R. Stock, 362.00, 

j Boston City 4's, $1,000.00 



Income. 

$7,300 00 

3,782 16 

327 

28 

40 



( Agawam National Bank, $8,180.00, 327 20 

\ B. & A. R. R. Stock, 362.00, 28 96 

< Boston City 4's, $1,000.00 40 00 

j Amherst Savings Bank, 260.00 (2 yrs.), 22 30 

Amherst Savings Bank. $1,000.00(2 yrs.), 85 88 

» Agawam National Bank, 8820.00, 32 80 

\ B. & A. R. R. Stock, 38.00. 3 04 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., $1,000.00, 42 50 

Agawam National Bank, $5,000.00, 200 00 



FARM, HORTICULTURAL AND EXPENSE ACCOUNTS, 1895. 

Farm. 





Dr. 




Cr. 




To labor, 




$5,900 15 


By cash, Prof. Brooks, 


88,324 77 


" repairs, 
" implements 
" incidentals, 


j 


558 17 

67 25 

3,383 32 


" appropriation, 


4,000 00 


" permanent improve- 
ments, 


283 62 






" manures and fertilize 


rs, 1,013 07 






" live stock, 




160 72 






" food stuffs, 




927 09 






Labor fund, 


$12,293 39 
1,814 38 


$12,324 77 






Horticultural. 






Dr. 




Cr. 




To labor, 
" repairs, 
" incidentals. 




$4,893 34 

148 12 

1,832 79 


By cash, Prof. Maynard 
" appropriation, 


$5,454 78 
2,000 00 


" permanent 
ments, 


improve- 


44 40 






" manures, fertilizers, 


573 03 







Labor fund, 



To labor, 

" repairs, 

" fuel, 

" incidentals, 



$7,491 68 
995 44 



$7,454 78 



Expense. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



$1,095 10 
1,515 89 
1,134 44 
4,619 74 

$8,365 17 



By rents, fuel, interest, etc., $1,223 63 
" appropriation, 6,625 00 



$7,848 63 





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REPORT OF 

TREASURER PRDvJPBM-OE 

fllassaehasetts Agricultural Gollege, 

From Jan. 1, 1896 to Jan. 1. 1897. 



9?^gy 






Received. 


J'liid. 


Cash on hand, Jan. i, 1S96, 


7,801 


46 




State Treasurer, 


1 4,666 66 




Morrill fund, 






1,000 00 


Term bill, .... 


3,SoS 


20 


710 SS 


Horticultural department, 


5,419 


10 


7,337 81 


Farm, .... 


5,683 


18 


9,439 66 


Expense, 


1,452 


23 


8,679 27 


Salary, .... 


25° 


00 


27''45 76 


Endowment fund, 


• 11,185 


02 




State scholarship fund, 


15,000 


00 




Chemical laboratory, . 


1.712 


64 


i,349 99 


Botanical laboratory, 


84 


5° 


129 15 


Entomological laboratory, 


38 


00 


'3 98 


Zoological Laboratory, 


6S 


00 


77 97 


Labor fund. 


5,000 


00 


4.562 02 


Gassett scholarship fund. 


65 


00 


3° 00 


Whiting Street fund, . 


56 


90 


'35 00 


Grinnell prize fund, 


40 


00 


40 00 


Mary Robinson fund. . 


35 


84 


25 00 


liurnham Emergency fund, 


200 


00 


559 3° 








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Hills fund, . 

Extra instruction, 

Advertising, . . . . 

Library fund, 

Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. K. K., 

Insurance, . 

Insurance, barn, 

Insurance, vehicles, tools, etc., 

Electric plant, 

Dairy equipment, 

Cash on hand, Jan. i, 1897, 



356 10 



404 59 

4 00 

11 25 



730 88 



S74.°73 6l 



209 55 


437 


5o 


601 


34 


404 


59 


1.198 


'5 


2,509 


16 


101 


70 


2.075 


75 


93° 


10 


4,309 


98 


374,073 


61 



This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts of George 
F. Mills, treasurer pro tern, of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, from 
Jan. 1, 1896 to Jan. 1, 1897, and find the same correct, properly kept, and all 
disbursements vouched for, the balance in the treasury "being four thousand, 
three hundred and nine and 9S-100 dollars (§4,309.98), which sum is shown to 
be in the hands of the treasurer. 

CHARLES A. GLEASON, Auditor 
Amherst, Dec. 29, 1896. 

CASH BALANCE, 

AS SHOWN BY THE TREASURER'S STATEMENT, BELONGS TO THE FOLLOW- 
ING ACCOUNTS : 

Gassett scholarship fund, ...... $61 02 

Mary Robinson fund, ...... 23 92 

Grinnell prize fund, . . . . . . . 20 00 

Hills fund, . . . . . . . . 190 34 

Labor fund, ........ 717 42 

General fund, . . . . . . 3. 2 97 2 S 



4.309 98 



BILLS RECEIVABLE, JAN. 1, 1897. 
Term bill, ....... 

Horticultural department, .... 

Farm. ....... 

Expense, ....... 

Electric plant, ...... 

Chemical laboratory, ..... 

Botanical laboratory ...... 

Zoological laboratory, ..... 

Entomological laboratory, ..... 



BILLS PAYABLE, JAN. 1, 1897. 
Term bill, ....... 

Horticultural department, .... 

Farm, ........ 

Electric plant. ...... 

Expense, ...... 

Chemical laboratory, ..... 

Labor fund, ...... 



393' 


18 


346 89 


335 


12 


79 


64 


130 


87 


338 


40 


6 


00 


2 4 


00 


12 


00 



204 10 



44 


07 


3 2 


39 


3. 22 7 


54 


270 


41 


i. 2 39 


58 


257 


19 


5 


88 



$ 5.077 06 



INVENTORY. 



College farm, 
Pelham quarry, 
Bangs place, 
Clark place, 



Drill hall, . 

Powder house, 

Gun shed, 

Stone chapel, . 

South dormitory. 

North dormitory, 

Chemical laboratory, 

Entomological laboratory, 

Farm house, 

Horse barn, 

Farm barn and dairy school. 



tEAL ESTATE. 








Land. 








estimated 


value. 


337.000 


00 


a 


a 


500 


00 


" 


a 


i,75° 


00 


" 




4.500 


00 






t> 4j./5° °° 


Buildings. 








estimated 


value. 


35.ooo 


00 


a 


" 


75 


00 


. » 


a 


1,500 


00 


" 


" 


30.000 


00 


" 


a 


35.00° 


00 


« 


" 


25,000 


00 


" 


" 


8.000 


00 


" 


Et 


3,000 


00 


u 


a 


2,000 


00 


a 


i. 


5,000 


00 


a 


a 


33,000 


00 



; 



Graves house and barn. 

Boarding house. . 

Botanic museum. 

Botanic barn. 

Tool house, 

Durfee plant house and fixtures. 

Small plant house, with vegetable 

cellar and cold grapery, 
President's house, 
Dwelling houses, purchased with farm. 



PERSONAL PROPERTY. 
Electric plant, ...... 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. stock, . 

Botanical department, .... 

Horticultural department, 

Farm, ...... 

Chemical laboratory, .... 

Botanical laboratory, ..... 

Zoological laboratory, .... 

Natural history collection, .... 

Veterinary department, .... 

Physics and mathematics, .... 

Agricultural department, .... 

Dairy equipment, ..... 

Library, ...... 

Fire apparatus, ..... 

Furniture, ...... 

Books in treasurer's office, .... 

SUMMARY. 

ASSETS. 

Total value of real estate, per inventory, 

Total value of personal property, per inventory, . 

Bills receivable, ..... 



2.500 00 
2,000 00 
4,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
12,000 00 

4,700 00 
6,500 00 
5,000 00 



LIABILITIES. 



Bills payable, 



MAINTENANCE FUNDS. 
Technical Educational Fund, United States grant, $219,000 00 

141.575 35 



4189,275 00 
$233,025 00 

$6,500 00 

100 00 

3,610 00 

7.218 13 

16,637 25 

2,101 00 

2.056 53 

i,Soo 00 

5,186 00 

1.615 66 

W3 00 

2,675 °° 

900 00 

77,810 00 

300 00 

600 00 

250 2 1 

$73,872 78 



5-233,025 00 

73,872 78 

2,204 IO 

$309,101 S8 

5,077 06 

$304,024 82 



Technical Educational Fund, State grant. 



336o,575 35 
Two-thirds of the income from these funds is paid to the Treas- 
urer of the College, and one-third to the Institute of Technol- 
ogy. Amount received by the College Treasurer from Jan. 1, 
1S96, to Jan. 1, 1S97, 

Morrill Fund, in accordance with act of Congress, approved 
Aug. 30, 1890. Amount received in 1896, 



$11,185 °2 
14,666 66 



Mills Fund, the gift of Messrs. L. M. and H. F. Hills of Amherst, 
now amounts to $8,542.00. By conditions of the gift the 
income is used for the maintenance of a botanic garden. 
Income from Jan. 1, 1S96, to Jan. 1, 1S97, 

Annual State Appropriation. $10,000.00. This sum was appro- 
priated for four years by the Legislature of 1889. continued 
for another four years by the Legislature of 1892, and again by 
tlie Legislature of 1896, for the endowment of additional 
chairs of instruction and for general expense. $5000 of this 
sum was set apart as a labor fund, to be used in payment of 
labor performed by needy and worthy students. Amount 
received from annual State appropriation for college expense 
from Jan. 1, 1S96, to Jan. 1, 1897, 

Amount received as labor fund, 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 

State scholarship fund. $10,000. This sum was appropriated by 
the Legislature of 1896, and is paid to the college treasurer in 
quarterly payments. Amount received from Jan. 1, 1896, to 
Jan. 1. 1S97, 



356 16 



5.000 00 
5,000 00 



10,000 00 



Whiting Street fund, #i,ooo. This fund is a bequest without 
conditions. To it was added, by vote of the Trustees in Jan- 
uary, 1S87, interest accrued on the bequest, $260. Amount of 
the fund, Jan. 1, 1897. #1,260. Income from Jan. i, 1896, to 
Jan. t, 1897, 

( lassett scholarship fund, #1,000. This sum was given as a 
scholarship by Hon. Henry Gassett. Income from Jan. 1, 
1896, to Jan. 1, 1897, 

Mary Robinson fund, $858. This fund was given without condi- 
tions. The income from it lias been appropriated for scholar- 
ships to needy and worthy students. Income from Jan. j, 
1S96, to Jan. r, 1897, 

PRIZE FUNDS. 

Grinnell prize fund, $1, 000. This fund is the gift of Ex-Gov. 
William Claflin and is called Grinnell Fund in honor of his 
friend, George B. Grinnell, Esq. The income from it is appro- 
priated for two prizes to be given to the two members of the 
graduating class who pass the best examination in agriculture. 
Income from Jan. 1. 1896, to Jan. 1, 1897, 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 

Library fund for the benefit of the library. Amount of fund, 
Jan. 1, 1897, $9,825.06. 

Burnham emergency fund, $5,000. This fund is a bequest of 
Mr. T. O. H. P. Burnham, late of Boston, and was made 
without conditions. The trustees have voted that this fund 
be kept intact, and that the income from it be used by the 
Trustees for such purposes as they believe to be for the best 
interests of the college. Income from Jan. 1, 1896, to Jan. 1, 
'897, 



56 90 



65 00 



35 84 



40 00 



Income from Jan. 1. 1S96, to Jan. 1, 1897, #46,605 58 

To this sum should be added amount of tuition and room rent and receipts 

from sales from farm and from botanic gardens. These amounts can be 

learned from treasurer's statement, — tuition and room rent being included 

in term bill account. 



Funds of the Mass, Agricultural College, with 

place of investment and income 

for the year 1896. 



INVESTMENT. 



Fund. 
Endowment. 

Hills. 

Whiting Street. 
Gassett Scholarship. 
Mary Robinson. 
Grinnell Prize. 



\ U. S. Grant, $219,000.00, 

\ State Grant, 141,575.35, 

\ Agawam National Bank, $8, 180.00, 

( B. & A. R. R. Stock, 362-00, 

\ Boston City 4s, $1,000.00 

"(Amherst Savings Bank, 260.00, 

Amherst Savings Bank, $1,000.00, 
( Agawam National Bank, $820.00, 
'{ B. & A. R. R. Stock, 38.00, 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., $1,000.00, 
Agawam National Bank, $5,000.00, 



Income. 


$7>3°° 


00 


0,885 


02 


327 


20 


28 


96 


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90 


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32 


80 


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200 


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Burnham Emergency, 
FARM, HORTICULTURAL AND EXPENSE ACCOUNTS, 1896. 

Farm. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To labor, 


$5,795 


92 


By 


cash for wood, 




S24S 53 


" repairs, 


78 


74 


" 


" Burnham 


Emer- 




" implements, 


3° 


°5 




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479 3° 


" incidentals, 


U57 1 


02 


" 


" produce. 




4,958 35 


■' manures and fertilizers, 126 


3* 


'•' 


appropriation. 




4,000 00 


" live stock. 


5° 


63 










•' permanent improve- 














ments, 


825 


30 










(Bills payable Jan. i, 1S96.) 














" food stuffs, 


488 


32 










" food stuffs, 


426 


US 










(Bills payable Jan. 1, 1S06.) 














" interest on above, 


47 


16 












$9,439 


66 


$9,683 iS 


Labor fund, 


1,500 


00 










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93° 


10 











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Dr. 






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$4,308 86 


By 


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10 


" repairs. 


54 77 


it 


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00 


" implements. 


28 00 


it 


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00 


•' incidentals, 


1,863 67 








" manures and fertilizers, 452 14 








" permanent improve- 










' ments, 


4°5 37 








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225 00 










#7,337 81 


$7,4i9 


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$1,870 56 


By 


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°3 


" repairs, 


I ,3°S 95 


tt 


fuel, 437 


20 


- fuel, 


786 27 


" 


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00 


" incidentals, 


4,301 75 








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414 74 










$8,679 2 7 


$8,452 


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Report of the President of the Massachusetts Agricultural 
College to the Secretary of Agriculture and the Sec- 
retary of the Interior, as required by Act of Congress 
of Aug. 30, 1890, in Aid of Colleges of Agriculture 
and the Mechanic Arts. 

/. Condition and Progress of the Institution, Year ended June 30, 

1896. 

The college has continued to feel the effects of the hard times, 
and the attendance has fallen off in a marked degree during the 
year ending June 30, 1896. Aside from this, the year has been 
one of prosperity. The personnel of the faculty remains the same, 
but the course of study has been modified to meet the demands of 
the hour. It has been deemed unwise to longer carry on the two- 
years course and it has been discontinued. In its place eleven 
short winter courses have been substituted, all optional, all free 
to citizens of the State and all without limitation of entrance 
examination. These are arranged under the heads of general 
agriculture, animal husbandry, dairying, fruit culture, floriculture, 
market gardening, botany, chemistry, zoology. Three new elec- 
tive courses have been offered in engineering, mathematics and 
advanced English. 

Under appropriations from the State the following buildings 
have been erected : a laboratory, at a cost of $3,000, two stories 
high, thirty-two by thirty-six feet, containing stands and appli- 
ances adequate for instruction of eighteen to twenty students in 
economic entomology; a gun room, at a cost of $1,800, twenty- 1 
eight by sixty feet, providing shelter for the new breech-loading 
steel cannon issued by the war department, and a shooting gallery 
for practice during the winter months. In addition to the above, 
under legislative appropriation of $5,500, the college domain has 
been increased by the purchase of twenty acres for use in the 
horticultural department. 

II. Receipts for and during the Tear ended June 30, 1896. 

1. Balance on hand July 1, 1895, 

2. State aid : (a) Income from endowment, 

(6) Appropriations for building or other 

special purposes, 

(c) Appropriation for current expenses, 

Amount carried forward, $29,792 56 

■ | ~ - 



$578 96 


3,913 60 


10,300 00 


15,000 00 



Amount brought forward, $29,792 55 

3. Federal aid : (a) Income from land grant, act of July 2, 

1862, ....... 7,300 00 

(6) For experiment stations, act of March 

2, 1887, 15,000 00 

(c) Additional endowment, act of Aug. 30, 

1890, 14,000 00' 

4. Fees and all other sources, 1,000 CO 

Total receipts, $67,092 56 

III. 'Expenditures for and during the Year ended June 30, 1896. 

1. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, . . . $25,004 16 

2. Experiment Station, 15,000 00 

Total expenditures, ....... $40,004 16 

IV. Property and Equipment, Year ended June 30, 1896. 

Agricultural department : — 

Value of buildings, $250,940 00 

Value of other equipment, $71,943 80 

Total number of acres, 404 

Acres under cultivation, 260 

Acres used for experiments, 60 

Value of farm lands, $45,00000 

Amount of all endowment funds . $360,575 35 

V. Faculty during the Year ended June 30, 1896. 

Male. Female. 

1. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, collegiate 

and special classes, . . . . . .18 

2. Number of staff of Experiment Station, .... 18 1 

Total, counting none twice, 28 1 

VI. Students during the Year ended June 30, 1896. 

1. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, collegiate and 

special classes, 161 

2. Graduate courses, . 15 

Total, counting none twice, 176 

VII. Library, Year ended June 30, 1896. 
1 Number of bound volumes June 30, 1896, . . . .*17,365 
2. Bound volumes added during year ended June 30, 1896, . *982 

Total bound volumes, 17,365 

* Pamphlets, none. 








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REPORT OF 

GEORGE 1^. AdirvT^S, 




TREASURER OF 



IWassaehasetts Agricultural College, 



From Jan. I, 1897 to Jan. I, 



Cash on hand, Jan. i. 1897. 
State Treasurer, 
Term bill, 
Salary, 



Iti cfivetl. 

#4,309 98 

'5-333 33 

3-2 '3 4S 

250 00 



$757 =8 
26.987 40 



Horticultural department. 
Farm, 
Expense, 

Endowment fund, . 
State scholarship fund. 
Labor fund, 
Botanical laboratory, 
Chemical laboratory, 
Entomological laboratory. 
Zoological laboratory. 

Grinnell prize fund, 
Gassett scholarship fund, 

Whiting Street fund, . 

Mary Robinson fund, 

Burnham emergency fund. 

Hills fund, . 

Library fund, 



. 4-495 85 


6.366 70 


5,810 00 


1 1.352 98 


1.4 10 00 


9,163 19 


"■79' 97 




15,000 00 




5,000 00 


5.849 65 


65 00 


48 46 


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292 36 


421 98 


221 06 





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3-132 33 




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Extra instruction, . 

Advertising, .... 

Dairy school, 

Electric equipment, 

Insurance, . . . , 

Investment, N. Y. C. & H. K. R. R., 

Bu.rnb.am emergency fund, 

Cash on hand, Jan. j, 189S, 

#71,720 92 #71,720 92 

This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts of Oeorge 
F. Mills, treasurer of Massachusetts Agricultural College, from Jan. 1, 1897 
to Jan, 1, 1898, and find the same correct, properly kept, and all disburse- 
ments vouched for, the balance in the treasury being four thousand and 
fifty-four dollars and ten cents, ($4,054.10), which sum is shown to be- in the 
hands of the treasurer. 

CHARLES A. GLEASON, Auditor. 
Amlierst, Dec. 27, 1897. 



BELONGS TO THE 



CASH BALANCE, 

AS SHOWN BY THE TREASURER'S STATEMENT 

ING ACCOUNTS : 
Hills fund 

Burnham emergency fund. 

Grinnell prize fund, .... 

Gassett scholarship fund. 

Whiting Street fund, 

Mary Robinson fund, 

General fund of the college, 



BILLS RECEIVABLE, JAN. 1, ii 
Term bill, ■ . . . 

Horticultural department, 
Farm, .... 
Expense, .... 
Labor fund, 
Electric equipment, 
Botanical laboratory, 
Chemical laboratory, 
Entomological laboratory, 
Zoological laboratory, 

BILLS PAYABLE. Jan. ,. :89s. 
Term bill, 

Horticultural department, 
Farm, ..... 
Expense, 

Chemical laboratory, 
Zoological laboratorv. 
Hills fund, . 
Insurance, 



INVENTORY. 

REAL ESTATE. 
1.(1 1 111. 

estimated value, #37,000 00 

500 00 

1,750 00 

4,500 00 



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College farm, 
Pelham quarry, 
Bangs place. 
Clark place, 



Drill hall, 
Powder house. 
Gun shed, 
Stone chapel, 
South dormitory, 
North dormitory, 
Chemical laboratory. 
Entomological laboratory, 
Farm house, 
Horse barn. 



Buildings. 



■ #43,75° 00 



estimated value. 



»5,ooo 00 

75 00 

1,500 00 

30,000 00 

35,000 00 

25,000 00 

8,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 



Farm barn and dairy school, 
Graves house and barn. 
Boarding house, 
Botanic museum, 
Botanic barn, 

Tool house, . . . 

Durfee plant house and fixtures, . 
Small plant house, with vegetable 

cellar and cold graperv, 
President's house, 
Dwelling houses, purchased with farm. 



33,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

5,500 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 
13.000 00 

4.700 00 
6.500 00 
5,000 00 
S191.275 00 



PROPERTY. 



PERSONAL 
Electric equipment, . 
Electric supplies, . 
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. stock, 
Botanical department, 
Horticultural department, 
Farm, .... 

Chemical laboratory, 
Botanical laboratory, 
Zoological laboratory, 
Natural history collection. 
Veterinary department, 
Physics and mathematics. 
Agricultural department. 
Library, .... 
Fire apparatus, 

Furniture, .... 
Books in treasurer's office, 
Tools and lumber. 



SUMMARY. 

ASSETS. 

Total value of real estate, per inventory, 

Total value of personal property, per inventory. 

Bills receivable, . : . . 



S235.025 00 

56.000 CO 

88 59 

100 00 

3.610 00 

S.66S 20 

1 5-933 20 

1.986 00 

2,056 53 

1-S94 75 

5.278 85 

1.615 66 

4.513 00 

3-267 5S 

18.050 00 

665 00 

550 00 

241 16 

209 57 



Bills payable, 



LIABILITIES. 



MAINTENANCE FUND. 
Technical Educational Fund. United States grant. S2 19.000 00 
Technical Educational Fund, State grant. Mi-575 35 



$74:728 =9 

$235,025 CO 

74.72S 09 

2.593 40 

S3 1 2.346 49 

3- 6 44 94 

S30S.711 55 



$360,575 35 

Two-thirds of the income from these funds is paid to the Treas- 
urer of the College, and one-third to the Institute of Technol- 
ogy. Amount received by the College Treasurer from Jan. 1. 
1S97, to Jan. 1. 189S. 

Morrill Fund, in accordance with act of Congress, approved 
Aug. 30, 1S90. Amount received in 1897. 



Si 1. 791 97 



'5-333 



Hills Fund, the gift of Messrs. L. M. and H.F. Hills of Amherst, 
now amounts to SS.542.00. By conditions of the gift the 
income is used for the maintenance of a botanic garden. 
Income from Jan. 1. 1S97, to Jan. 1. 1S98, 

Animal State Appropriation, gio,coo.oo. This sum was appro- 
priated for four years by the Legislature of 1S89, continued 
for another four years by the Legislature of 1892, and again 
by the Legislature of 1S96, for the endowment of additional 
chairs of instruction and for genera] expense. $5000 of this 
sum was set apart as a labor fund, to be used in payment of 
labor performed by needy and worthy students. Amount 
received from annual State appropriation for college expense 
from Jan. 1, 1S97, to Jan. 1, 1898. 

Amount received as labor fund. 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 

State scholarship fund, $10,000. This sum was appropriated by 
the Legislature of 1S96. and is paid to the college treasurer in 
quarterly payments. Amount received from Jan. 1, 1897,10 
Jan. 1, 1898, 

Whiting Street fund, $1, 000. This fund is a bequest without 
conditions. To it was added, by vote of the Trustees in Jan- 
uary. 1S87, interest accrued on the bequest. $260. Amount of 
the fund, Jan. 1, 1S97, £1.260. Income from Jan. 1. 1S97, to 
Jan. 1, 1S9S, 

Gassett scholarship fund, $1,000. This sum was given as a 
scholarship by Hon. Henry Gassett. Income from Ian. 1, 
1897, to Jan. 1, 1S98, 

*fanas oi jviass. HpeuKuFai Gonege: 

PLACE OF INVESTMENT AND INCOME 



356 16 



5.000 00 
5,000 00 



10.000 00 



°5 



42 50 



Mary Robinson fund. $S5S. This fund was given without condi- 
tions. The income from it has been appropriated for scholar- 
ships to needy and worthy students. Income from Jan. 1. 
1S97, to Jan. 1, 1S98, 

■ PRIZE FUNDS. 

Grinnell prize fund, $1,000. This fund is the gift of Ex-Gov. 
William Claflin and is called Grinnell Fund in honor of his 
friend, George B. Grinnell, Esq. The income from it is appro- 
priated for two prizes to be given to the two members of the 
graduating class who pass the best examination in agriculture. 
Income from Jan. 1, 1S97, to Jan. 1. 1S9S. 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 
Library fund for the benefit of the library. Amount of fund, 
Jan. 1, 1S9S, $10,046.12. 

Burnham emergency fund, 55,000. This fund is a bequest of 
Mr. T. O. H. P. Burnham, late of Boston, and was made 
without conditions. The trustees have voted that this fund 
be kept intact, and that the income from it be used by the 
Trustees for such purposes as they believe to be for the best 
interests of the college. Income from Jan. 1. 1S97. to Jan. 1. 
1898, 



35 84 



40 00 



129 04 



FOR 



"HI 



YEAR 1897. 



INVESTMENT. 



Fund. 

Endowment. 



Hills. 
Whiting Street 



\ U. S.Grant, $219,000.00, 

"( State Grant, 141,575.35, 

< Agawam Nat'l Bank, $8,180.00, 

I B. & A. R. R. Stock, 362.00, 

( Boston City 4's, $1,000.00, 

( Amherst Savings Bank, 260.00, 

Gassett Scholarship. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,000.00, 

,, ,, , • ( Agawam Nat'l Bank, $820.00, 

Mary Robinson. J *„ . ,-, „ c *~,.i q 

( B. & A. R. K. Stock, 36.00. 

Grinnell Prize. N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., $1,000.00, 

Burnham Emergency. Agawam Nat'l Bank, $3,000.00. 

Investment. N. Y. C. & H. R. R., $100.00. 



Income. 

$7,300.00 

4-49 r -97 

327.20 

28.96 

40.00 

11.05 

42.50 

32.80 

3-°4 

40.00 

1 29.04 

4.00 



Income from Jan. 1, 1897, to Jan. 1, 189S, $47-779 89 I 

To this sum should be added amount of tuition and room rent and receipts | 
from sales from farm and from botanic gardens. These amounts can be 
learned from treasurer's statement, — tuition and room rent being included 
in te rm bill account. 

By cash from Burnham emergency fund, - 2,000.00 
" produce, - 5,810.00 

" appropriation, ----- 3,500.00 



Labor fund appropriation. 



$11,310.00 
1,500.00 



HORTICULTURAL. 
Dr. 



FARM, HORTICULTURAL, EXPENSE, AND TERM 
BILL ACCOUNTS, 1897. 



Cr. 



$6,687.63 

160.82 

78.00 

1,035.81 



FARM. 
Dr. 

To labor. ------ 

repairs. ----- 

implements. ----- 

incidentals. ------ 

( Bills payable 
•• fertilizers.- Jan. i, 1897, 1,446.44 

( Interest on above. 137.89 1,584.33 
_^, fertilizers, ------ 18.90 

live stock, ----- 2 r 1.60 

Bills payable 

Jan. 1, 1897, 568.22 
Interest on above, 34-°9 

Bills payable 

Jan. 1, 1897, 

Without interest, 716.28 1,318.59 
food stuffs, ------ 257.30 



To labor, 
" repairs, 
" incidentals, 
'■ manures, fertilizers, 



By cash from produce, 
i; appropriation, 



EXPENSE. 
Dr. 

To labor, - 

" repairs, bills payable Jan. 1, 1897. - 
" repairs, ----- 
" fuel, 
" incidentals, 
" library, - 



$4,o37-4o 

106.13 

1,788,81 

434-36 



$4,495- 8 5 
2,000.00 



$6,366.70 



$6,495.85 



Cr. 



feed stuffs - 



By cash, rents and interest, 
" " fuel, 
" appropriation, 



5,2,492.49 

502.2 1 

912.02 

i,747-73 

3,339- 2 6 

169.48 



$ 987.36 
422.64 

6,000.00 



$9,163.19 



$7,410.00 



Labor fund. 



$11,352.98 
_LJ^^U_ 



To cash for books. 



By cash, tuition, 
" " room rent, 
" " books, - 



TERM BILL. 
Dr. 

Cr. 



$757.28 



$ 722.50 

1,721.94 

769.04 



$757.28 



$3,2i3-48 





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ANNUAL REPORT 



-OF- 



GEORGE F. MILLS, Treasurer. 



-OF- 



Hatch Experiment Station of Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

For the \ 'ear Ending June jo , iSqj. 



i 



Cash received from United States treasurer, 
Cash paid for salaries, 

for labor, 

for publications, 

for postage and stationery, 

for freight and express, 

for heat, light, and water, 

for seeds, plants, and sundry supplies 

for feeding stuffs, 

for library, 

for tools, implements and machinery, 

for furniture and fixtures, 

for scientific apparatus, 

for live stock, 

for traveling expenses, 

for contingent expenses, 

for building and repairs. 



^15,000.00 



$5.° 8 7-75 
3,312.26 

2,354-°6 
- 264.11 

24S-78 
I93-3 1 
600.55 
r85.11 
i>i39- 8 5 

2 7 2.21 

33-43 
226.83 

I2S-4S 

352-32 

42.73 

564-25 



Cash on hand July 1, 1896, 


$ 1,042.92 


Received from State treasurer, 


10,000.00 


from fertilizer fees, 


4,o87-75 


from farm products, 


1:934- 15 


from miscellaneous sources, 


1,022.19 




$18,087.01 


Cash paid for salaries, $10, 784.83 




for labor, 1,075.81 




for publications, - - J 75-°3 




for postage and stationery, - - 156.18 




for freight and express, - - 187.48 




for heat, light, and water, 361.64 




for chemical supplies, - 592.4s 




for seeds, plants, and sundry supplies, 515.54 




for fertilizers, ... 1,074.41 




for feeding stuffs, - 559.24 




for library, - - - 61.82 




for tools, implements and machinery. 28.62 




for furniture and fixtures, - 176.12 




for scientific apparatus, - - 357.48 




for live stock, - 359-45 




for traveling expenses, - 7 2 -7 2 




for contingent expenses, 273.03 




for building and repairs, - 1,255.40 




Cash on hand, June 30, 1897, x 9-73 


C18 n.^T r\ 1 



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-$i5,ooo.oo< 



Amherst. Mass, Aug. 30, 1897. 
Charles A. Gleason. duly appointed Auditor of the Corporation, 
lereby certify that I have examined the books and accounts of 
the IJatch Experiment Station of the Massachusetts Agricultural 
College for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1897 : that I have found 
the books well kept and the accounts correctly classified as above, 
and that the receipts for the year are shown to be $33,087.01 and 
the corresponding disbursements, $33,067.28. All the proper 
vouchers are on file and have been by me examined and found to be 
correct, there being a balance of $19.73 on accounts of the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1S97. 

Charles A. Gleason, Auditor. 








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Treasurer's Report, Jan. i, 180S to Jan. i, i<Sg</. 



REPORT OF 



GEORGE F". MII^IvS, 

TREASURER OK 

Massachusetts Agricultural College. 



Cash on hand, Jan. i, 1S98, 

State Treasurer, 

Term bill, .... 

Salary, .... 

Horticultural department, 

Farm, . . . . . 

Expense, .... 

Endowment Fund, 

State scholarship funds, 

Labor fund, 

Botanical laboratory, 

Chemical laboratory, 

Entomological laboratory, 

Zoological laboratory, 

Grinnell prize fund, 

Gassett scholarship fund, 

Whiting Street fund, 

Mary Robinson fund, 

Burnham emergency fund. 

Hills fund, . . . . 

Library fund, 

Extra instruction, 

Advertising, 

Agricultural department, . 

Electric equipment 

Insurance, . 

Investment N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 

Cash on hand, Jan. 1. 1899, 



Iteceived. 


$4>oS4 


10 


] 6,00c 


00 


2,885 


65 


3-56o 


48 


5-965 


40 


1-293 


01 


10.262 


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5,000 


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5,000 


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99 


50 


576 


08 


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68 


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40 


00 


42 


50 


5i 


05 


35 


84 


>33 


12 


356 


16 


426 


95 



5i3 


53 


639 


18 


14 


15 


4 


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$67,051 42 



$67,051 4: 



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CASH ON HANI) 



AS SHOWN BY TREASURER'S STATEMENT BELONGS TO THE FOLLOWING 

ACCOUNTS : 

Labor fund. ........ 

Grinnell prize fund. ...... 

Gassett scholarship fund. ...... 



Whiting Street fund, 
Mary Robinson fund 
Burnham emergency fund, 
General fund of the college. 



BILLS RECEIVABLE, JAN. 1, 1899. 

Term bill. ....... 

Horticultural Department. . . . . . 

Farm, ....... 

Expense, ....... 

Botanical laboratory. ..... 

Chemical laboratory, ..... 



$316 75 

30 00 
1 1 02 

" 5i 

15 60 

89 04 

949 46 

$1,423 3 s 



S63S 98 

4iS 73 

'.175 6 3 

S3 41 

28 50 

300 00 



Entomological laboratorj . 
Zoological laboratory, 
Electric equipment. 



6 


00 


72 


00 


'94 


81 



, 1 8 of' 



8150 


52 


I.OI2 


24 


..485 


25 


309 


Of 


'4 


56 


60 


■'.' 


18 


1- 



609 03 

27,020 76 

6,563 92 

10,775 11 
8,197 09 



4,676 02 

77 15 

399 36 

22 97 

'34 43 
35 00 
55 °° 
50 00 
25 00 

93 '- 
621 31 
627 87 
372 00 
281 12 
1,3s 1 05 
2,837 2,8 
773 45 

1423 3>"> 



BILLS PAYABLE, JAN. 1. 1899. 

Horticultural department. ...... 

Farm. ........ 

Expense. ........ 

Electric equipment. ...... 

Botanical laboratory. ...... 

Chemical laboratory, ...... 

Insurance, ........ 

49 57 

This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts from Jan. 1. 
[S9S to Jan. 1, 1S99, of George F. Mills, treasurer of Massachusetts Agricul- 
tural College and find the same correct and properly kept. All disburse- 
ments are vouched for, the balance in the treasury being one thousand four 
hundred and twenty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents (1,423.38). which 
sum is shown to be in the hands of the treasurer. 

CHARLES A. GLEASON, Auditor. 
Amherst, Dec. 28, 1898. 

I INVENTORY. 

RKAL ESTATE. 
Land. 

estimated value, 537,000 00 

500 00 

" "' 1,750 00 

4,500 00 



College farm, 
Pelham quarry, 
Bangs place, 
Clark place, 



■ s 43-75° 00 



Drill hall, .... 

Powder house, 

Gun shed, . 

Stone chapel, . 

South dormitory, 

North dormitory 

Chemical laboratory, 

Entomological laboratory 

Farm house, .... 

Horse barn, 

Farm barn and dairy school. . 

Graves house and barn. 

Boarding house, 

Botanic museum, 

Botanic barn, .... 

Tool house, .... 

Durfee plant house and fixtures, 

Small plant house, with vegetable 

cellar and cold grapery, 
President's house, . 
Dwellinghouses, purchased with farm. 



Buildings. 

estimated value. S5.000 00 

75 00 



1.500 00 
30,000 00 
35,000 00 
25,000 00 

S,ooo 00 

3.000 00 

2,000 00 

5.000 00 
33,000 00 

2.500 00 

2,000 00 

5.500 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 
13.000 00 

4.700 00 

6.500 00 

5,000 00 
S191.275 CO 



EQUIPMENT. 



Botanical department. 
Horticultural department, 
Farm, 

Chemical laboratory. 
Botanical laboratory, 
Zoological laboratory, 
Natural history collection. 
Veterinary department, 
Physics and mathematics. 



$235,025 00 

53.610 00 

10 -779 59 

15.948 76 

1.9S6 00 

2-156 53 
1,910 38 

5-440 S5 
1,615 66 

4.S13 CO 



Agricultural department. 

Library. . 

Fire apparatus. . 

Furniture, . 

Text-books, . 

Tools and lumber, . 

Electric equipment and supplies. 

SUMMARY. 

ASSETS. 

Total value of real estate, per inventory. 
Total value of equipment, per inventory. . 
Bills receivable, . • • ■ 

Cash on hand, . • . 



3.250 


00 


19,200 


00 


665 


00 


500 


00 


207 


II 


215 


40 


5,791 


27 



MAINTENANCE FUNDS. 



LIABILITIES. 



Bills payable, 



878,089 55 



$235,025 00 

78,089 55 

2,918 06 

1,423 3 8 

$317,455 99 

7,049 57 
311,406 42 



Technical educational fund, United States grant 

" " " State grant, H',575 35 

Morrill fund, in accordance with act of Congress, 

approved Aug. 30, 1890, 
Hills fund, ...... 8,542 00 

State appropriation made by Legislature of 1S96 

for four years, .... 

Labor fund, appropriation made by Legislature of 

1 S96 for four years, .... 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 
State fund, appropriated by the Legislature of 1SS6. 



FUND. INCOME IN 'g8. 

19,000 00 $7,300 00 



Whiting Street fund, 

Gassett fund. 

Mary Robinson fund, 

Grinnell prize fund. . 



51,260 00 

1,000 00 

85S 00 



PRIZE FUND. 



MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 
Library fund, ..... 10,046 12 

Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. stock, 100 00 

Burnham emergency fund, . . . 3431 45 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



Of George F. Mills, Treasurer of the Hatch Experiment Station 
of Massachusetts Agricultural College, 

For the Year ending June 30, 1898. 



Cash received from United States treasurer, 

Cash paid for salaries, 

for labor, 

for publications, .... 

for postage and stationery, . 

for freight and express, 

for heat, light and water, 

for seeds, plants and sundry supplies 

for fertilizers, . 

for feeding stuffs, .... 

for library, 

for tools, implements and machinery, 

for furniture and fixtures, . 

for scientific apparatus, 

for live stock, 

for traveling expenses, 

for contingent expenses, 

for building and repairs, 



Cash on hand July 1, 1897, . 

Received from State treasurer, 
from fertilizer fees, 
from farm products, 
from miscellaneous sources, 



. $4,443 00 


. 3,605 36 


. 2,885 54 


. 235 56 


. 355 49 


. 130 17 


. 448 72 


. 285 86 


. 141 17 


. 244 78 


. 250 00 


. 105 19 


. 228 36 


. 901 00 


. 220 00 


80 65 


. 439 15 



$15,000 00 



2,962 72 

16,000 00 
356 16 

5,000 00 

5.000 00 

10,000 00 

51 05 
42 5° 
35 S4 

40 00 

426 95 

4 00 

128 62 

$47,347 84 




f 15,000 00 



, J19 73 
, 11,200 00 
. 3,278 75 
. 1,763 86 
. 1,663 45 



$17,925 79 



Cash paid for salaries, 

for labor, 

for publications, .... 
for postage and stationery, . 
for freight and express, 

Amount carried forward, 

Amount brought forward, 

Cash paid for heat, light and water, 
for chemical supplies, . 
for seeds, plants and sundry supplies, 
for feeding stuffs, .... 

for library, 

for tools, implements and machinery, 

for furniture and fixtures, . 

for scientific apparatus, 

for live stock, .... 

for traveling expenses, 

for contingent expenses, 

for building and repairs, 



I, Charles A. Gleason, duly appointed auditor of the corporation, do hereby certify 
that I have examined the books and accounts of the Hatch Experiment Station of 
the Massachusetts Agricultural College for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1898; that 
I have found the books well kept and the accounts correctly classified as above; and 
that the receipts for the year «re shown to be $32,925.79, and the corresponding dis- 
bursements $32,925.79. All the proper vouchers are on file, and have been by me 
examined and found to be correct, there being no balance on accounts of the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1898. 

CHARLES A. GLEASON, 

Auditor. 

Amherst, Aug. 31, 1898. 



$8,901 


77 


. 3,167 


18 


. 708 


27 


. 236 


16 


. 154 


97 


$13,168 35 


$13,168 35 


. 549 


44 


. 958 


54 


. 368 02 


. 592 


46 


. 191 


10 


34 


49 


40 


23 


. 187 


11 


. 313 50 


. 356 


73 


. 163 


96 


. 1,001 


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Report of George F. Mills, Treasurer of Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College, from Jan. 
i, 1899 to Jan. 1, igoo. 





RECEIVED. 


PAID. 


Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1S99, 


Sl.423 


3S 




State treasurer, endowment fund, 


"435 


12 




" maintenance fund, 


5 .000 


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5,000 


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54,654 92 


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7.500 


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16,666 66 




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40 


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35 


84 


75 00 


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60 


40 


60 00 


Burriharh emergency fund, income, 


102 


32 


96 66 


Grinnell prize fund, income, 


-10 


00 


40 00 


Hills fund, income, 


356 


16 


194 59 


Library fund, income, 


416 


«4 


416 S4 


Salary, ..... 


.65 


00 


27,621 77 


Extra instruction, .... 






406 00 


Botanical laboratory, 


104 


>5 


'3° 3S 


Chemical laboratory, .... 


589 


77 


320 62 


Entomological laboratory, 


26 


00 


iS 94 


Veterinary laboratory, 


1,019 94 


71S 9r 


Zoological laboratory, 


129 


26 


161 24 


Term bill, ..... 


3-^74 


27 


876 52 


Advertising". .... 






3/6 50 


Electric equipment, .... 


734 


29 


2.S02 S6 


Agricultural department, . 


555 55 


1.296 78 


Farm, ...... 


8,141 


80 


13,36s 21 


Horticultural department, 


4.594 57 


7,170 20 


Expense, ..... 


2,146 


4? 


13,021 Si 


Insurance, ..... 






1.007 °° 


Investment, ..... 


4 


00 




Burnham emergency fund, 


3.000 


00 




Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1900, 






7,700 99 




SS2.561 


74 


$82,561 74 



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CASH ON HAND 

as shown by the treasurer's statement, belongs to the following accounts : 

Gassett scholarship fund, ..... 

Whiting Street fund, . 

Grinnell prize fund, ...... 

Burnham emergency fund, ..... 

Hills fund, ' 

Labor fund, ....... 

College, . . . . . 



BILLS RECEIVABLE JAN. 

Botanical laboratory, 

Chemical laboratory, 

Entomological laboratory, 

Zoological laboratory, 

Electric equipment, 

Term bill, 

Mary Robinson fund, 

Farm. . 

Horticultural department, 

Expense, 



1900. 



BILLS PAYABLE. 



Chemical laboratory, 

Veterinary laboratory, 

Electric equipment, 

Term bill, 

Farm, 

Horticultural department, 

Expense, . 



$26 


02 


II 


9i 


30 


00 


94 


70 


150 


56 


661 


83 


6.725 


97 


$7,700 


99 


$22 


40 


47i 


39 


4 


00 


S5 


74 


165 59 


421 


23 


=3 


S6 


908 


79 


53° 


46 


56 


18 



$2689 34 



$182 


77 


2 


03 


209 


00 


IO 


45 


6l 


02 


272 


27 


683 


15 



$1,420 69 



This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts from Jan. 1, 
1S99, to Jan. 1, 1900, of George F. Mills, treasurer of Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College and find the same correct and properly kept. All disburse- 
ments are vouched for, the balance in the treasury being seven thousand, 
seven hundred dollars and ninety-nine cents ($7,700.99), which sum is shown 
to be in the hands of the treasurer. 

Chakles A. Gleasox, Auditor. 

Amherst, Dec. 2S, 1S99. 




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College farm, 
Pelham quarry, 
Bangs place, 
Clark place, 



INVENTORY. 

REAL ESTATE. 

Land. 

estimated v 



alue, $37,000 oo 
500 00 
2,350 00 
4,500 00 



■,$44,350 00 



Buildings. 



Drill hall, . 

Powder house, 

Gun shed, . 

Stone chapel, . 

South dormitory, . 

North dormitory, 

Chemical laboratory, 

Entomological laboratory, . 

Veterinary laboratory, 

Farm house, 

Horse barn, 

Farm barn and dairy school, 

Graves house and barn, 

Boarding house, 

Botanic museum, . 

Botanic barn, . 

Tool house, 

Durfee plant house and fixtures, 

Small plant house, with vegetable 

cellar and cold grapery, 
President's house, 
Dwelling houses purchased with farm, 



estimated value, $5,000 00 

75 00 

" 1,500 00 

" 30,000 00 

" 35,000 00 

" 25,000 00 

" 8,000 00 

" 3,000 00 

" 22,500 00 

" 2,000 00 

" 5,000 00 

" 33.°°° -00 

" 2,500 00 

" 2,000 00 

" 5-5°o 00 

" 2,500 00 

" 2,000 00 

" i3,coo 00 

" 4.700 00 

" , 6,500 00 

" 5.000 00 



Botanical department, 

Horticultural department, 

Farm, 

Chemical laboratory, 

Botanical laboratory, 

Zoological laboratory, . 

Zoological museum, 

Veterinary laboratory, . 

Physics and mathematics, 

Agricultural department, 

Library, 

Fire apparatus, . 



EQUIPMENT. 



-$-'3,775 oo- 
$258,125 00 

$3,610 00 
12,434 12 

i6.339 95 
2,210 00 

2,456 53 
1,910 38 
5.23S 25 
4,619 23 
5,213 00 
3,250 00 
20,040 00 
650 00 



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Furniture, 

Text-books. 

Tools and lumber, 

Electric equipment and supplies, 



SUMMARY. 

ASSETS. 

Total value of real estate, per inventory, 
Total value of equipment, per inventory, . 
Bills receivable, .... 
Cash on hand, ..... 



500 oo 

259 40 
6,354 60 

35.336 60 



#258,125 00 

85.336 60 

2,689 34 

7,700 99 

«353,85i 93 



LIABILITIES. 



Bills payable, 

Burnham emergency fund, 



$1,420 69 
3-955 -9 



$5,375 98 
$348,475 95 



MAINTENANCE FUNDS. 



FUND. INCOME IN '99. 

Technical educational fund, United States grant, $219,000 co $7,300 00 

" Stategrant, Ni-575 35 4-'35 '2 

(Two-thirds of the income of these funds comes to the college.) 
Morrill fund, in accordance with act of Congress, 

approved Aug. 30, 1S90, 
Hills fund, ...... 8,542 00 

State appropriation made by Legislature of 1896 

for four years, .... 

Labor fund, appropriation made by Legislature of 

1S96 for four years, ..... 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 

State fund, appropriated by the Legislature of 1SS6. 
Whiting Street fund, .... $1,260 00 

Gassett fund, ..... 1,000 00 

Mary Robinson fund, .... 85S 00 

PRIZE FUND. 

Grinnell prize fund, ..... 1,000 00 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 

10,546 12 

100 00 

4,044 71 



Library fund, . . . . 

Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. stock, 
Burnham emergency fund, . 



16,666 66 


356 


16 


5,000 


00 


5,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


60 


40 


40 


00 


35 


84 



40 00 



416 S4 
4 00 

102 32 



Sjf^JC $49,15734 



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Funds of Piassechusetts Agricultural College. 



PLACE OF INVESTMENT AND INCOME FOR THE YEAR 1899. 



FUND. 

Endowment. 



INVESTMENT. 
( U. S. Grant, $219,000, 



INCOME. 
7,300 OO 



{ State Grant, $141,575.35, .... 4,135 12 
(Two-thirds of the income from these funds comes to the college.) 



Hills 



Mary 
Robinson. 



!Agawam National Bank, $8,180, . . 327 20 

B. & A. R.R. Stock, $362, .... 28 96 

Whiting Street. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,260, . . 60 40 

Gassett Scholarship. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,000, 40 00 

( Agawam National Bank, $820, ... 32 80 

I B. & A. R.R. Stock, $38, .... 3 04 

Grinnell Prize. N. Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $1,000, . 40 00 

,, . ( Mass. Agricultural College, $3,000, . 102 32 

Burnham ) ° ° J J 

-' ' ( Amherst Savings Bank, $1,044.71, . o OO 

Investment. N. Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $100, . . 4 00 

Library. Amherst Savings Bank, $10,546.12, . . . 416 84 



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FARM, HORTICULTURAL, EXPENSE, AND TERM BILL 
ACCOUNTS, ii 



Farm. 

Dr. 

To labor, ^5)5^7 98 

" repairs, . . . 153 86 

" implements, 187 74 

" incidentals, 1,961 20 

" permanent improvements, .... 76 20 

" manures and fertilizers, 99 18 

" live stock, no 25 

" food I Bills payable Jan. 1/99, $2,727.38 
stuffs. J Interest on above, 136.35 

_ 2,863 73 
" food stuffs, 2,348 07 

" $13,368 21 

Cr. 

By cash for produce, $8,141 80 

" appropriation, 3,000 00 

" special appropriation, 2,000 00 

$13,141 80 
Overdrawn, $226 41 



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Dr. 

To labor, $4,827 75 

" repairs, 1235 

" implements, 24 00 

" incidentals, . . . 2,061 36 

" permanent improvements, .... 

" manures and fertilizers, 244 74 

Cr. 

By cash for produce, $4,594 57 

" appropriation, 2,550 00 

Overdrawn, 

Expense. 

Dr. 

To labor, $2,833 15 

" repairs, 2,184 03 

" implements and apparatus, .... 853 44 

" incidentals, 2,990 16 

" library, 959 72 

" fuel, 3,20 1 31 



$7,170 20 



M44 57 
$25 63 



$13,021 Si 



Cr. 

By cash, rents and interest, $922 48 

" " labor, .......... 307 75 

" fuel, 913 89 

" " library 2 30 

" appropriation, 7, 150 OO 

$9,296 42 
Overdrawn, $3>72 5 39 

Term Bill. 

Dr. 

To cash paid tuition, • . . $110 00 

" " " for books, 766 52 

$876 52 

Cr. 

By cash for tuition, $875 00 

ci k « room rent, 1*637 4-6 

" " " books, 761 81 

#3.274 27 

Income from Endowment Fund. 

1895. 1896. 1897. 1898. 1899. 

U.S. grant, $7,300.00 $7,300.00 $7,300.00 $7,300.00 $7,300.00 

State " 3,782.16 3,885.02 4,491.97 2,962.72 4,135.12 

$1 1,082.16 $11,185.02 $11,791.97 $10,262.72 $11,435.12 

Farm. 
1 898. Dr. Cr. 

Jan. 1, Inventory, $15,933.20 Dec. 31, Cash received, $5,965.40 
Dec. 31, Cash paid, 10,775.11 Inventory, 15,947.76 

" Bills payable, 4,012.24 Bills receivable, 1,175.63 

Balance, 7,631.76 

$30,720.55 $30,720.55 

1899. 

Jan. 1, Inventory, $15,947.76 Dec. 31, Cash received, $8,141.80 

Dec. 31, Cash paid, 13,368.21 " Inventory, 16,339.95 

" Bills payable, 61.02 " Bills receivable, 908.79 

Balance, 3,986.45 

$29,376.99 $29,376.99 



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In the death of John Davis Weld French this Board has lost a . 
valued and respected member, a man whose excellent judgment and 
helpful and cheerful advice was often sought and thoroughly appre- 
ciated by those who knew him intimately. Although not born on a 

farm or educated at an agricultural institution he was one of the 

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best informed agriculturists of our state^ ft% love^ agriculture for 

agriculture's sake as shown by his disinterested work in its behalf 
for nearly forty years. He was a cheery, bright and witty man, and ^ 
withal modest and unassiiming. He was earnest and sincere, conscien- 
tious and absolutely upright in his dealings with men. H*=was slow 
to form friendships, but when his confidence was won he was a loyal 
and devoted friend, "fte^'abhorred deceit and sham, asd admired 
frankness and honesty which he typified. He was courageous and 
outspoken, II a * w t c helpful and benevolent in quiet and unobtrusive 
ways. His services in connection with the many and varied agricul- 
tural interests of the state should be commended particularly by 
this Board, notably his work in behalf of pure milk for our cities 
and the reorganization of the New England Milk Producers' Union, £- 

of which he was president for many years; his efforts to purify and 
elevate the agricultural exhibitions of the country as encouraged 
and carried on by the Bay state Agricultural Society, of which he 
was one of the leading founders and president for four years ; his 
work in behalf of forestry, his cherished interest, and to which he 
gave liberally of his time and money; his devotion to horticulture 

as shown by his long and active connection with the Massachusetts ' 

c«-ir "i^i^^ZL^. fay -t^i/h <^i4(*4 
Horticultural Society, and last but not least his honorable service^ ' 

on this Board and for this College f oi l eight years , which next to 



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his Alma Mater he cherished most dearie — all this and more deserves 

our recognition and should have its proper place in our annals. 

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example to his fellow men. His life was a splendid success. 



[Public— No. 105.] 

An Act Providing for free homesteads on the public lands for actual 
and bona fide settlers, and reserving the public lands for that purpose. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 
States of America, in Congress assembled, That all settlers under the 
homestead laws of the United States upon the agricultural public lands, 
which have already been opened to settlement, acquired prior to the 
passage of this Act by treatj- or agreement from the various Indian 
tribes, who have resided or shall hereafter reside upon the tract entered 
in good faith for the period required by existing law, shall be entitled 
to a patent for the land so entered upon the payment to the local land 
officers of the usual and customary fees, and no other or further charge 
of any kind whatsoever shall be required from such settler to entitle 
him to a patent for the land covered by his entry: Provided, That the 
right to commute any such entry and pay for said lands in the option 
of any such settler and in the time and at the prices now fixed by 
existing laws shall remain in full force and effect: Provided, however, 
That all sums of money so released which if not released would belong 
to any Indian tribe shall be paid to such Indian tribe by the United 
States, and that in the event that the proceeds of the annual sales of 
the public lands shall not be sufficient to meet the payments heretofore 
provided for agricultural colleges and experimental stations by an Act 
of Congress, approved August thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety, 
for the more complete endowment and support of the colleges for the 
benefit of agriculture and mechanic arts, established under the provi- 
sions of an Act of Congress, approved July second, eighteen hundred 
and sixty -two, such deficiency shall be paid by the United States: And 
provided further, That no lands shall be herein included on which the 
United States Government had made valuable improvements, or lands 
that have been sold at public auction by said Government. 

Sec. 2. That all Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent with the provi- 
sions of this Act are hereby repealed. 

Approved, May 17, 1900. 



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Treasurer's Report. 



REPORT OF GEORGE F. MILLS, Treasurer OF MASSACHUSETTS 
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, JAN. i, 1900, TO JAN. 1, 1901. 



Received. Paid. 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1900 $7,700.99 

State Treasurer, Morrill fund 16,666.66 

Endowment fund 9,749.45 

Maintenance appropriation 5,000.00 

Maintenance appropriation, special .... 2,500.00 
Maintenance appropriation, special .... 6,000.00 
Scholarship appropriation ... ... 10,000.00 

Labor appropriation 5,000.00 $4,710.98 

Gassett scholarship fund, income 60.40 20.00 

Mary Robinson scholarship fund, income 35-S4 

Whiting Street scholarship fund, income 76.10 63.90 

Grinnell prize fund, income 50.00 40.00 

Hills fund, income 356.16 3S8.82 

Library fund, income 421.84 421.84 

Burnham emergency fund, income 122.08 101.22 

Salary 29,160.90 

Extra instruction 451-50 

Botanical laboratory 98. 40 97.i8 

Chemical laboratory 817.61 743.99 

Entomological laboratory 20.00 54.51 

Zoological laboratory 130.57 219.73 

Veterinary laboratory 1,000.00 1,196.14 

Term bill 2,662.26 1,033.28 

Advertising 269.33 

Electric equipment 699.33 21895.49 

Agricultural department 9S6.73 2,006.96 

Farm 6,639.44 9.376-79 

Horticultural department 4,168.49 6,781.15 

Expense i-543-5° 13.4S2.58 

Insurance 554-oo 

Investment 5.00 

Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1901 8,440.56 

$82,510.85 $82,510.85 

This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts from Jan. 1, 1900, to 
Jan, 1, 1901, of George F. Mills, treasurer of Massachusetts Agricultural College, 
and find the same correct and properly kept. All disbursements are vouched for, the 
balance in the treasury being eight thousand four hundred forty dollars and fifty-six 
cents ($8,440.56), which sum is shown to be in the hands of the treasurer. 

Charles A. Gleason, Auditor. 

Amlurst, Dec. 26, 1900. 




CASH ON HAND 

as shown by the treasurer's statement belongs to the following accounts : — 

Gassett scholarship fund $66.42 

Mary Robinson scholarship fund 12.28 

Whiting Street scholarship fund 24.11 

Grinnell prize fund 40.00 

Hills fund 117.90 

Labor appropriation 95°-S5 

Burnham emergency fund "5-56 

Veterinary laboratory 104.89 

College 7,008.55 

$8,440.56 
BILLS RECEIVABLE JAN. 1, 1901. 

Botanical laboratory .; $39.00 

Chemical laboratory , 373-26 

Entomological laboratory 14.00 

Zoological laboratory 119.70 

Term bill 798.71 

Electric equipment 216.71 

Horticultural department 897.36 

Expense 9'-65 

^2,550-39 
BILLS PAYABLE JAN. 1, 1900. 

Electric equipment '. $105.75 

Horticultural department 262 88 

Expense 181.70 

Labor appropriation 40.06 

#59°-39 

INVENTORY. 

Real Estate. 

Land. 

College farm Estimated value, $37,000.00 

Pelham quarry " " 500.00 

Bangs Place " " 2,350.00 

Clark Place " " 4,500.00 $44,350.00 

Buildings. 

Drill Hall Estimated value, $5,000.00 

Powder-house " " 75- 00 

Gun-shed " " 1,500.00 

Stone chapel " " 30,000.00 

South dormitory " " 35,000.00 

North dormitory " " 25,000.00 

Chemical laboratory " " 8,000.00 

Entomological laboratory " " 3,000.00 



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Veterinary laboratory and stable . . . 

Farm-house 

Horse barn 

Farm barn and dairy school 

Graves house and barn 

Boarding-house 

Botanic museum 

Botanic barn 

Tool-house 

Durfee plant house and fixtures .... 
Small plant house, with vegetable cellar 

and cold grapery 

President's house 

Dwelling-houses purchased with farm . . 



Estimated value, $ 



22,500.00 
2,000.00 
5,000.00 

33,000.00 
2,500.00 
2,000.00 
5,500.00 
2,500.00 
2,000.00 

13,000.00 

4,700.00 
6,500.00 
5,000.00 



8213,775.00 
$258,125.00 
EQUIPMENT. 

Botanical department $3, 7 10.00 

Horticultural department 12,578.69 

Farm 18,265.47 

Chemical laboratory 1,804.00 

Botanical laboratory 2,606.53 

Entomological laboratory (estimated) 15,000.00 

Zoological laboratory 1,970.97 

Zoological museum 5,912.56 

Veterinary laboratory S>35 ' -75 

Physics and mathematics 5,338.00 

Agricultural department 3,424.80 

Library 21,473.00 

Fire apparatus 625.00 

Furniture S50.00 

Text-books 275.00 

Tools and lumber 265.45 

Electric equipment and supplies 6,422.70 

8105,873.92 
SUMMARY. 

Assets. 

Total value of real estate, per inventory $258,125.00 

Total value of equipment, per inventory 105,873.92 

Bills receivable 2,550.39 

Notes and interest 1 23. 2S 

Investment, N. Y. C. & H. R. R.R. stock 100.00 

Cash on hand 7,008.55 

$373,781.14 
Liabilities. 

Bills payable $590.39 

Bumham emergency fund 3495-57 $4,085.96 

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MAINTENANCE FUNDS. 

Fund. Income in 1900. 

Technical educational fund, United States grant .... $219,000.00 87,300.00 

Technical educational fund, State grant 141 ,575-35 2,449.45 

(The above is two-thirds of the income from these funds.) 
Morrill fund, in accordance with act of Congress, approved 

Aug. 30, 1890 16,666.66 

Hills fund 8,542.00 356-16 

MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS. 

State appropriation made by legislature of 1896 for four 

years 5,000.00 

Labor appropriation made by legislature of 1896 for four 

years 5,000.00 

State appropriation made by legislature of 1899 for one y e ^r 

not paid in 1S99 2,500.00 

State appropriation made by legislature of 1900 for four 

years (SS.ooo.oo) 6,000.00 

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS. 

Whiting Street fund 1,260.00 50.40 

Gassett fund 1 ,000.00 40.40 

Mary Robinson fund 858.00 35-84 

SCHOLARSHIP APPROPRIATION. 
State appropriation by the legislature of 1SS6 10.000,00 

PRIZE FUND. 
Grinnell prize fund 1,000.00 50.00 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 

Library fund 10,546.12 421.84 

Burnham emergency fund 5,000.00 122.08 

S55.992-83 







Funds of massacfiusetts Agricultural College. 



PLACE OF INVESTMENT AND INCOME FOR THE YEAR 1900. 



Fund. 

Endowment. 



INVESTMENT. 
United States Grant, $219,000 



( Ur 

(Str 



State Grant, $141,575.35 



Income. 

$7,300.00 

2.449-45 



(These funds are in the hands of the State Treasurer, 
and the above is two-thirds of the income from the same.) 



Hills. 



f Agawam National Bank, $8,180 
(B. 



& A. R.R. Stock, $362 . . 

Whiting Street. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,260 

Gassett Scholarship. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,000 

, . ( Agawam National Bank, $820 

Mary Robinson. < _ „ . „ _ _ . „ n 

1 ( B. & A. R.R. Stock, $38 . . . 

Grinnell Prize. N.Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $1,000 . 

Burnham J Mass. Agricultural College, $3,495. 

Emergency. ( Amherst Savings Bank, $1,504.43 

Investment. N.Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $100 . . 

Library. Amherst Savings Bank, $10,546.12 



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FARM, HORTICULTURAL, EXPENSE AND TERM BILL 
ACCOUNTS, 1900. 

Farm. 

Dr. 

To Labor $4,935.41 

Repairs 98.66 

Implements 304.85 

Incidentals 1,112.39 

Permanent improvements 176.36 

Manures and fertilizers 264.81 

Live stock 329.00 

Foodstuffs 2,155.31 $9,376.79 

Cr. 

By Cash for produce $6,639.44 

Appropriation 3,000.00 9,639.44 

$262.65 
Horticultural. 

Dr. 

To Labor $4,213.97 

Repairs 147.7 1 

Implements 61.26 

Incidentals $1,917.70 

Permanent improvements 2 3-°5 

Manures and fertilizers 417-46 $6,781.15 

Cr. 

By Cash for produce $4,168.49 

Appropriation 3,000.00 7,168.49 

S387-34 

Expense. 

Dr. 

To Labor $2,804.62 

Repairs 879.07 

Implements and apparatus 718.06 

Incidentals 2,540.82 

Permanent improvements 1,798.12 

Fuel 2,346.85 

Library 2,043.60 

Furniture 3S!-44 S13.482.58 




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Cr. 

By Cash for labor $76.15 

Repairs 1S.55 

Rents, interest, etc 1,057.15 

Fuel 381.65 

Library 10.00 

Appropriation 8,000.00 $9,543.50 

Overdrawn $3,939.08 

Term Bill. 
Dr. 

To Tuition $45.50 

Text-books . . 987.78 $1,033.28 

Cr. 

By Tuition $285.00 

Room rent 1,673.24 

Text-books 704.02 2,662.26 

$1,628.98 

Farm. 
1898. Dr. Cr. 

Jan. 1. Inventory . $15,933.20 Dec. 31. Cash received, $5,965.40 
Dec. 31. Cash paid . 10,775.11 Inventory . . 15,947.76 

Bills payable, 4,012.24 Bills receivable, 1,175.63 

Balance . . 7,631.76 

$3 >7 2 °-55 $3°>7 20 -5S 

1899. 

Jan. 1. Inventory . $15,947.76 Dec. 31. Cash received, $8,141.80 

Dec. 31. Cash paid . 13,368.21 Inventory . . 16,339.95 

Bills payable, 61.02 Bills receivable, 908.79 

Balance . . 3,986.45 

$29,376.99 $29,376.99 

1900. 

Jan. 1. Inventory . $16,339.95 Dec. 31. Cash received, $6,639.44 

Dec. 31. Cash paid . 9*376.79 Inventory . . 18,265.47 

Balance . . Si 1.83 

$25,716.74 $25,716.74 



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Horticultural Department. 



1898. 


Dr. 




Jan. 1. 


Inventory 


$8,668.20 


Dec. 31. 


Cash paid 


6,5 6 3'9 2 




Bills payable, 


iSo-5 2 




$15,382.64 


1899. 






Jan. 1. 


Inventory 


$10,779.59 


Dec. 31. 


Cash paid 


7,170.20 




Bills payable, 


272.27 




$18,222.06 


1900. 






Jan. 1. 


Inventory 


$12,434.12 


Dec. 31. 


Cash paid 


6,781.15 




Bills payable, 


262.88 



Cr. 



Dec. 31. Cash received, $3,560.48 

Inventory . . 10,779.59 

Bills receivable, 418.73 

Balance . . 623.84 

$15,382.64 



Dec.31. Cash received, $4,594.57 

Inventory . . 12,434.12 

Bills receivable, 530.46 

Balance . . 662.91 



$18,222.06 



Dec.31. Cash received, $4,168.49 

Inventory . . 12,578.69 

Bills receivable, 897.36 

Balance. . 1,833.61 



$19,478.15 



$19,478.15 



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Jan. 1, 1900 to July 1, 1901. 



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Re sour c e s 

Cash on hand 
Endowment Fund 
Maintenance " 

" special 
Scholarship Fund 
Tuition. 
Rents 



Liabilities 



/%£jLo /iP-ejzt^-<Urt^- 



$8,440.56 
4,377.17 
2,500. 
4,000. 
5,000. 
50. 
1,000. 
$25,367.73 



Salaries 


$15,277.08 




Farm 


1 , 500 . 




Horticultural 


1,500. 




Dairy School 


1,000. 




Electric equip. 


1,250. 




Insurance 


600. 




Advertising 


200. 




Wster 


200. 


Last 
Year 


Labor 


1,200. 


1200. 


Repairs 


350. 


335. 


Implements and 






Apparatus 


500. 


200. 


Incidentals 


1 , 200 . 


1400. 


Permanent improveme 




nts 


100. 


675. 


Fuel 


250. 


200. 


Library 


1 , ,' 000 . 


1200. 



/~ j> . C\ . §26,127.08 



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INCOME FROM ENDOWMENT FUND 



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U. S. grant 
Commonwealth 



1897 
>7,300. 
4,491.97 



1898 
$7,300. 
2,962.72 



1899 
?7,300. 
4,135.12 



1900 
$7,300. 
2,449.45 



$11,791.97 $10,262.72 $11,435.12 §9,749.45- 



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RESOURCES. 
Cash on hand $10,153.04 
Endowment fund 5,564.40 
Maintenance ■ 2,500.00 

" special 4,000.00 
Scholarship fund 5,000.00 

Room-rent 1, 200. 00 

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LIABILITIES. 




Salaries 


$15,102.03 


Farm 


1.500.00 


Horticultural 


1,500.00 


Dairy School 


1,000.00 


Electric plant 


1,250.00 


Insurance 


600.00 


Advertising 


500.00 


Water 


200.00 


Labor 


1,500.00 


Repairs 


200.00 


Implements and 
apparatus 


650.00 


Incidentals 


1,000.00 


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ments 


100.00 


Fuel 


100.00 


Library 


1,000.00 


Burnham note 


2,000.00 




$23,202.08 



January 1, 1902 to July 1, 1902 . 



RESOURCES 

Cash on hand \10,3 53.04 
Endowment fund 5,504.40 
Lntenance " 2,500.00 
" special 4,000.00 
Scholarship fund 5,000.00 
Room-rent 1,200.00 

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^ 28, ^17. 44 



LIABILITIES 




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^arm 


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Horticultural 


1 , 500 . 


Dairy School 


1,000. 


Electric plant 


1,250. 


Insurance 


600. 


Advertising 

ft 


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Water 


200. 


Labor 


1 , 500 . 


Repairs 


200. 


Implements and 
apparatus 


650. 


Incidental s 


1,000, 


Permanent improve- 
ments 


100. 


Fuel 


100. 


Library 


1,000. 


Burnham note 


2,000. 




.23,^02.03 



Funds of fflassacfiusetts Agricultural College. 

PLACE OF INVESTMENT AND INCOME FOR THE YEAR 1901. 



Fund. 

Endowment. 



INVESTMENT. 

\ United States Grant, $219,000 
(State-Grant, $141,575.35 . . 



Hills. 



(These funds are in the hands of the State Treasurer, 
and the above is two-thirds of the income from the same.) 

\ Agawam National Bank, $8,180 
X B. & A. R.R. Stock, $362. . . 

Whiting Street. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,260 . 

Gassett Scholarship. Amherst Savings Bank, $1,000 

_ . . ( Agawam National Bank, $820 . 

Mary Robinson. - * A _, _, r , . ' 

; ( B. & A. R.R. Stock, $38 . . 

Grinnell Prize. N.Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $1,000 

Burnham 
Emergency. 

Investment. N.Y. C. & H. R.R. Stock, $100 

Library. Amherst Savings Bank, $10,546.12 



( Mass. Agricultural College, $3,008.75 
( Amherst Savings Bank, $1,991.25 



Income. 
$7,300.00 

3.7°3 34 



327.20 
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ACCOUNTS, 1901. 

Farm. 

Dr. 

To Labor $5,763.17 

Repairs 333- 2 5 

Implements 450.07 

Incidentals 1,297.80 

Permanent improvements 463.21 

Manures and fertilizers 180.63 

Live stock 242.00 

Foodstuffs 2,345.46 $11,075.59 

Cr. 

By Cash for produce $8,008.07 

Appropriation 2,850.00 10,858.07 

$217.52 
Horticultural. 

Dr. 

To Labor $4,202.60 

Repairs 186.24 

Implements 3°—o 

Incidentals 1,825.13 

Permanent improvements 26.62 

Manures and fertilizers 2 l l -^l 6,541.96 

Cr. 

By Cash for produce $4,452.76 

Appropriation 2,850.00 7,302.76 

$760. So 
Expense. 

Dr. 

To Labor $3,111.48 

Repairs 484-63 

Implements and apparatus 463.30 

Incidentals 2,745.27 

Permanent improvements 3!7-3 2 

Fuel 2,179.06 

Library 1,510.16 

Furniture . 177.10 $10,988.32 



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By Labor $73-37 

Repairs l 3- l 3 

Implements and apparatus 4.25 

Incidentals 1,075.13 

Fuel 662.39 

Library 4 T -34 

Appropriation for labor 2,400.00 

for repairs 650.00 

for implements and apparatus, 500.00 

for incidentals 2,350.00 

for permanent improvements, 400.00 

for fuel 2,250.00 

for library 2,000.00 

Term Bill. 

Dr. 

To room rent $29.84 

Text-books 914.88 

Cr. 

By Tuition $284.80 

Room rent 1,916.24 

Text-books 877.34 



Dr. 
1899. 

Jan. 1. Inventory 

Dec. 31. Cash paid 

Bills payable . . 



1900. 

Jan. 1. Inventory 

Dec. 31. Cash paid 



1901. 

Jan. 1. Inventory 

Dec. 31. Cash paid 



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Cr. 



$12,419.61 
$1,431.29 



944.72 



3,°78-38 
$2,133.66 



$15,947.76 Dec. 31. Cash received, $8,141.80 

13,368.21 Inventory .... 16,339.95 

61.02 Bills receivable . . 908.79 

Balance 3,986.45 

$29,376.99 $29,376.99 

$16,339.95 Dec. 31. Cash received, $6,639.44 

9.376.79 Inventory .... 18,265.47 

Balance 811.83 

$25,716.74 $25,716.74 

$18,265.47 Dec. 31. Cashreceived, $8,008.07 

11,075.59 Inventory .... 18,250.90 

Bills receivable . . 856.72 

Balance 2,225 37 

$29,341.06 $29,341.06 



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REPORT OF GEORGE F. MILLS, Treasurer OF 

MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 

JAN. i, 1901, TO JAN. 1, 1902. 



Received. 

Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1901 g8.440.56 

State Treasurer, Morrill fund 16,666.66 

Endowment fund 11 ,003.34 

Maintenance appropriation 5,000.00 

Maintenance appropriation, special . . 8,000.00 

Scholarship appropriation 10,000.00 

Labor appropriation 5,000.00 



Paid. 



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I39-98 

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120.34 



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Mary Robinson scholarship fund, income 

Whiting Street scholarship fund, income • 

Grinnell prize fund, income 

Hills fund, income 

Library fund, income 

Burnham emergency fund, income 

S alary 

Extra instruction 

Botanical laboratory 

Chemical laboratory 750.95 

Entomological laboratory 29 50 

Veterinary laboratory 1,247.00 

Zoological laboratory 14572 

Term bill 3,078.3s 

Advertising 

Electric plant 659.23 

Agricultural department 836.27 

Farm S.00S.07 

Horticultural department 4.452.76 

Expense 1,869.61 

I nsurance 

Investment 5.00 

Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1902 



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421.S4 
144.9S 
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252.25 

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2S.20 

1.207.83 

166.46 

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490-75 

2,992.42 

2. 172. 19 

11.075.59 

6.541.96 

10,988.32 

554.00 

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Jan. 1. Inventory 

Dec. 31. Cash paid 

Bills payable . 



1901. 

Jan. 1. Inventory 

Dec. 31. Cash paid 

Bills payable . . 



• $i°>779*59 
7,170.20 

272 27 

$18,222.06 

. $12,434.12 

6,781.15 

262.88 

$19,478.15 

. $12,578.69 
6,541.96 

$19,223.96 



Dec. 31. Cash received, $4,594 57 
Inventory .... 12,434.12 
Bills receivable . 530.46 
Balance 662.91 

$18,222.06 

Dec. 31. Cash received, $4,168.49 

Inventory .... 12,578.69 

Bills receivable . . 897.36 

Balance 1,833.61 

$19,478.15 

Dec. 31. Cashreceived, $4,452.76 
Inventory . . . .13,151.72 
Bills receivable . . 329.79 
Balance 1,289 69 

$19,223.96 



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RESOURCES. 

rrlll fun<i #8,335.35 
lowment » (State) 1,788.94 

intenance fund 2,500. 

% * (special 4,000. 

f^holarship » 5,000. 

Tints -1,000. 



$22,621.27 



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Salaries 
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Electric light 
Advertising 
Water 
Labor 
Repairs 

Implements and Apparatus 
Incidentals 

Permanent Improvements 
Fuel 
Library 



#15,102.08 
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1,250. 

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200. 
1,500. 

300. 

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Treasurer's Report. 

REPORT OF GEORGE F. MILLS, Treasurer OF 
MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 

JAN. i, 1901, TO JAN. 1, 1902. 



Received. Paid. 

Cash on hand, Jan. 1,1901 $8,440.56 

State Treasurer, Morrill fund 16,666.66 

Endowment fund n ,003.34 

Maintenance appropriation 5,000.00 

Maintenance appropriation, special .. S,ooo.oo 

Scholarship appropriation 10,000.00 

Labor appropriation 5,000.00 $5,604.44 

Gassett scholarship fund, income * 40.00 66.60 

Mary Robinson scholarship fund, income 36.13 3 2 - 2 5 

Whiting Street scholarship fund, income 50.40 29.25 

Grinnell prize fund, income 50.00 50.00 

Hills fund, income 358.87 375-65 

Library fund, income 421.84 421.84 

Burnham emergency fund, income '39-98 144-98 

Salary 33-33 3°-343 47 

Extra instruction 252.25 

Botanical laboratory 120.34 '53-35 

Chemical laboratory 75°-95 8 10.99 

Entomological laboratory 29 50 28.20 

Veterinary laboratory 1,247.00 1,207.83 

Zoological laboratory 14572 166.46 

Term bill ; 3,078.38 944/2 

Advertising 49°-75 

Electric plant 659.23 2,992.42 

Agricultural department 836.27 2,172.19 

Farm S,oo8.o7 1 1,075.59 

Horticultural department 4.452.76 6,541.96 

Expense 1,869.61 10,988.32 

I nsurance 554-00 

Investment 5.00 

Cash on hand, Jan. 1, 1902 10,996.43 

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This is to certify that I have this day examined the accounts of George 
F. Mills, treasurer of Massachusetts Agricultural College, from Jan. i, 1901 
to Jan. 1, 1902, and find the same correct and properly kept. All disburse- 
ments are vouched for, the balance being ten thousand nine hundred 
ninety-six dollars and forty-three cents ($10,996.43), which sum is shown to 
be in the hands of the treasurer. 

Charles A. Gleason, Auditor. 
Amherst, Dec. 24, 1901. 



Cash on hand as shown by the Treasurer's statement belongs to 
lowing accounts : 

Gassett scholarship fund 

Mary Robinson scholarship fund 

Whiting Street scholarship fund 

Grinnell prize fund 

Hills fund 

Labor appropriation 

Burnham emergency fund 

Veterinary laboratory 

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£39-82 
16.16 
45.26 
40.00 

101.12 

34641 

I IO.56 

144.06 

0,153.04 

$10,996.43- 

BILLS RECEIVABLE JAN. 1, .902. 

Farm $856.72 

Horticultural department 329.79 

$.,186.51 
BILLL PAYABLE JAN. 1, 1902. 

Advertising $300.00 

Horticultural department 103 31 

Electric plant 209.00 



INVENTORY. 
Real Estate. 

Lain!. 

College farm Estimated value, $37,000.00 

Pelham quarry " •< 500.00 

Bangs Place « " 2,350.00 

Clark Place « « 4,500.00 



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fin? /dings. 

Drill Hall Estimated value, $5,000.00 

Powder-house " " 75-00 

Gun-shed " " 1,500.00 

Stone chapel " " 30,000.00 

South dormitory ' " " 35,000.00 

North dormitory " " 25,000.00 

Chemical laboratory " " 8,000.00 

Entomological laboratory " " 3,000.00 

Veterinary laboratory and stable ... . " " 22,500.00 

Farm-house " " 2,000.00 

Horse barn " " 5,000.00 

Farm barn and dairy school. " " 33,000.00 

Graves house and barn " " 2,500.00 

Boarding-house " " 2,000.00 

Botanic museum " " 5,500.00 

Botanic barn " " 2,500.00 

Tool-house " " 2,000.00 

Durfee plant house and fixtures " " 13,000.00 

Small plant house, with vegetable cel- 
lar and cold grapery " " 4,700.00 

President's house " " 6,500.00 

Dwelling-houses purchased with farm . " " 5,000.00 $213,775.00 

$258,125.00 

EQUIPMENT. 

Botanical department $4,2 10.00 

Horticultural department 13.15 1.72 

Farm iS, 250.90 

Chemical laboratory 3.4S7.00 

Botanical laboratory 2,656.53 

Entomological laboratory 15,250.00 

Zoological laboratory 2.000.00 

Zoological museum 6,000.00 

Veterinary laboratory 5.35 1 .75 

Physics and mathematics 5.500.00 

Agricultural department 3.500.00 

Library 22.473.00 

Fire apparatus 600.00 

Band instruments 350.00 

Furniture 950.00 

Text-books 250.00 

Tools, lumber and supplies 352. So 

Electric equipment and supplies 6,639.20 

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Cash on hand 06,632.71 

Endowment fund 5,564.40 

Maintenance n 2,S00. 

" w special... 4,000. 

Scholarship " 5,000. 

Room rent 1 ,000. 

Rills receivable 1 ,500. 

26,197.13 

To be co 13 ■ acted 

Expense labor 190. 

Electric equip 448.25 

Endowment fund 1,115.3') 

$27,950.72 



July 1, 1903 . 

Salaries $15,102.03 

Extra instruction 375. 

Farm 1 , 500 . 

Horticultural 1,500. 

Dairy School 1 ,0 JO. 

( 750. fuel 
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Insurance 800 . 

Advert isirig 500. 

»at*r 250. 

Labor 1 ,000. 

Repairs. 20 , 

Implements and Apparatus 750. 

Incidental a 1 ,000. 

Permanent Improv -3 

Library 1,000. 

Commence ril 50 . 

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